All UNIJOS Direct Entry Screening Details For 2015/2016 Academic Section

All UNIJOS Direct Entry Screening Details For 2015/2016 Academic Section

The University of Jos UNIJOS Direct Entry Screening Exercise for the  2015/2016 Academic Session admission shall take place from  Monday, February 8, 2016 to Friday, February 12, 2016 at 9.00am each day. The screening exercise shall take place at the Board Rooms of the respective Faculties of applicants.

Note: Only candidates who applied through JAMB for Direct Entry admission and chose University of Jos as their first choice are eligible for the screening exercise.


Candidates must also come alone with evidence of payment of the screening fee of N2,000.00 only. All payments shall be made online on or before February 12, 2016 using ATM Card (Verve or Master) of any bank operating in Nigeria via the University’s website.

To check for eligibility and pay, click the link below:
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The University of Jos (UNIJOS), abbreviated as Unijos, is a federal university in Jos, Plateau State, centralNigeria. The school offers courses in law, medicine, pharmacy, natural sciences, social sciences, the built environment as well as arts and humanities.

What became University of Jos was established in November 1971 as a satellite campus of the University of Ibadan. The first students were admitted in January 1972 as pre-degree students with the first Bachelor of Artsdegree program begun

in October 1973. In October 1975, then military government under General Murtala Mohammed, established the Unijos as a separate institution. The first Vice-Chancellor of the Unijos was Professor Gilbert Onuaguluchi. Classes began at the newly reorganized University of Jos in October 1976 with 575 students spread over the existing four faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Education, Natural Sciences and Medical Sciences. Post-graduate programs were added in 1977. By 1978 Faculties of Law and Environmental Sciences were established and the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences were separated.

In 2003, the Carnegie Corporation of New York gave THE SCHOOL a US $2 million grant to form its own fundraising department.

Updated: February 11, 2016 — 2:00 am

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